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The Smart Choice. Do you Chortle? If you taste these delectable Mini–Mini Graham Crackers, from Quaker Hill Farms, you will! These all natural chips come in little packages, perfect for lunch boxes or handbags. They are low in calories, fat, sugar and sodium, and made of Whole Grain. You can Chortle in 3 flavors: Cinnamon Graham, Chocolate Chip and Chocolate. And, there are at least 65 mini–minis in each bag.
- No Dairy
- No High Fructose Corn Syrup
- No Hydrogenated Oils
- No Trans Fats
- OU Parve
- 110 -120 calories per bag
Price: 50 each/ 100 per case
Buy Chortles direct from the company Quaker Hill Farms or, if you’re lucky, at your neighborhood supermarket or convenience store.
R. Torre & Company, producers of Torani Flavored Syrups, have been creating their sweet syrups since 1925. It started when Rinaldo and Ezilda Torre visited family in Lucca, Italy and returned home to their native San Francisco with something very important: handwritten recipes, which they used to create authentic flavored syrups. They used their syrups to make the Italian soda and, fast- forward several decades, their syrups were used to create the world’s first flavored latte! What started out with five flavored syrups, today numbers one hundred flavors - what a selection! This global company still remains family-own and adhering to the high quality standards that Rinaldo and Ezilda set nearly 90 years ago. We love the many flavors of Torani syrups and add them to our coffee - our special treat at the end of a very hectic day and are currently working our way through a bottle of Salted Caramel Syrup - oh, is this good! We are working our way through this list of Torani Salted Caramel coffee recipes.
The company believes in Sustainability and that "doing good for our business and doing good for the world go hand-in-hand. Look at it this way: if we all make a commitment to this earth, it'll be a better place to live and…have a latte."
- Over 100 flavored syrups, including Seasonal flavors and Pomegranate – which works well in cocktails and desserts
- Sugar-free flavors
- Kosher certified OU with the exception of Grape
- Syrups need no refrigeration after opening
- A careful blend of all-natural extracts
- Use for flavoring coffee/espresso, soda, tea, smoothies, cocktails and more
- #1 consumer brand in the United States
- Adds a rich, indulgent flavor to your beverages
Visit the Toroni website for a large selection of recipes using their flavored syrups.Add a comment
A Brew from Ethiopia
Ethiopians take pride in the Arabica coffee shrub, which is indigenous only to Ethiopia and still grows wild in some southern parts of the country. This coffee heritage is celebrated daily in Ethiopia with the distinctive Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
Ethiopians and coffee lovers around the world still enjoy these centuries–old micro–roasting traditions with rich, bold and satisfying cups of coffee.
This rich, satisfying coffee is available online at Buunni Coffee. And, for lucky New Yorkers, watch for Cafe Buunni, soon to open in the upper west side of Manhattan! The new café will emphasize the relationship between coffee and community.
- Small quantity roasting to order
- Beans from small localized Ethiopian Farms
- Natural and organic, certified fair trade
- Ethiopian Arabica beans and blends in regular, espresso and decaf
- Buunni Coffee Club available
Order online and delivered to your door by the week or month
Buunni Cafe is opening soon at 213 Pinehurst Ave, NY, NY 10033.
Grits are truly an American food, and a comfort food staple. Though traditionally southern grits have gone mainstream and are now on the menu of many upscale restaurants, nationwide. Classically served as part of the southern country breakfast, grits are quickly becoming a part of any meal. Many now serve grits as a side for fish, topped with cheese, or alongside chicken.
Can't find traditional grits? Look no further, San Gennaro Southern Style Grits come in a log, We’ve all seen ready to heat logs of polenta, logs of quinoa, the log is already pre–cooked and ready to heat and serve.
KosherEye certainly knows their grits. So what do we think? This log of Southern style grits is good, not quite like traditional homemade, long cooking grits, but convenient and ready to pop in the microwave. fun on vacation, for kids away at college or for a quick side of grits at home. Try it but do add some cheddar and butter!
- Gluten free, fat free, cholesterol free,
- Kof K Kosher parve
- Shelf stable for 9 months
Approximate cost: $4.80 per log
Use the San Gennaro store locator to ffine a store near you.
Kiwa Vegetable Chips are 100% natural with no artificial flavors or preservatives added. These crispy chips are made from a unique variety of vegetables grown in tropical areas of Ecuador. The assorted original mix contains chips made from Cassava, Arracacha, Green Bananas, Beetroot, and Sweet Potato. The word KIWA is derived from the word qiwa, which means “green” in Quechua. Kiwa Chips are produced in Ecuador. Bet you can’t eat just one…these chips were absolutely delicious. A healthful nosh…well almost.
- 100% Natural, Kettle Cooked
- Environmentally friendly production facilities
- Most products are HACCP certified, allowing for traceability and quality
- OU Kosher, Parve
The vegetables used for Kiwa Chips:
Beetroot: The crimson Kiwa chip with rings comes from a plant that is rich in iron, potassium, and vitamins C and B.
Cassava (Also known as Yucca): The lightest colored Kiwa Chip- comes from a starchy tuber that is a major source of carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin C.
Arracacha (Also known as white carrot or parsnip): Light brown in color, but darker than the cassava chip. Arracacha is a root vegetable, a member of the carrot family, and a great source of calcium.
Sweet Plantains (Also known as verde maduro): A brownish chip with a sweet flavor that is produced after the green banana becomes ripe. It is high in potassium and vitamins.
Andean Sweet Potato: A vivid purple chip from a sweet tasting tuber rich in complex carbohydrates, fiber, beta-carotene and vitamins C and B6.
Available at Marshall’s and TJ Maxx and online at Amazon.com.Add a comment